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Black actors say not enough is being done to protect them from racist abuse online

For some Black actors, the racist treatment and comments they receive from fans is a shocking reminder of the work we still have to do.

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Help Wanted: Social Media Manager for ABHM, Part-time

ABHM seeks a part-time Consultant as Social Media Manager to promote the mission and vision of ABHM through a web-based environment and social media. Supports audience engagement strategies through effective message-driven content development for a variety of social media platforms to help promote the work of ABHM.

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Please Join ABHM for Black History Month Programs!

Join ABHM each week during Black History Month for a series of FREE virtual conversations and programs to celebrate Black History as an integral part of American history. See program schedule and how to register.

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Too Many of Them Have Been Wrong’: Black Ex-Prosecutor Exposes Misdeeds of Los Angeles Legal System In Volume of Online Stories

A former LA proscecutor’s online memoir details his “good fight” against an “assembly-line of incarceration.”

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Job Announcement: ABHM Seeks New Executive Director!

The Dr. James Cameron Legacy Foundation seeks new Executive Director for its rebuilt America’s Black Holocaust Museum in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. Deadline to apply: May 17, 2019.

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NEWS RELEASE: Abele Issues $100K Challenge Grant to Support New ABHM!

ABHM has received a $100,000 Challenge Grant from philanthropist Chris Abele, who is also Milwaukee County’s Executive. He will match every dollar donated or pledged between now and February 25, 2019 – the birthdate of museum founder Dr. James Cameron. This announcement includes links for making online donations and pledges.

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About Tours & Events at ABHM

                        Ready soon, but not quite yet… As our new building has been rising in Milwaukee’s Bronzeville on the…

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Help Bring ABHM Home! Museum’s New Space Rises in Bronzeville

ABHM announces its restoration as a physical museum. A $7 million capital (building fund) campaign will enable the museum to be housed on its former site but on the ground floor of a brand new apartment building in Milwaukee’s historic Bronzeville neighborhood.

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The History and Impact of ABHM

An overview of the impact ABHM has had locally, nationally and internationally since its founding in 1984 – as a museum with and without walls.

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Highly Valued ABHM Exhibit Saved for Future Generations

The slave ship cargo hold exhibit, which had been built into the building formerly housing America’s Black Holocaust Museum, was disassembled piece by piece and saved for restoration in the new museum, just before demolition was to begin on the old building.

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